A police reservist is taken to be a police officer for the purposes of the following provisions and Acts—
(a) Division 1 of this Part (Ranks, commissions and numbers);
(b) section 19 (Delegation by Chief Commissioner);
S. 45(c) amended by No. 6/2018 s. 68(Sch. 2 item 133.1).
(c) section 50 (Oath or affirmation of office);
(d) section 51(a) (Duties and powers of police officers at common law);
(e) section 53 (Proof of office);
(f) section 55 (Permanent cessation of powers);
(g) section 56 (Execution of process and warrants);
(h) section 62 (Determination of uniforms and other equipment and other standards);
(i) section 64 and Schedule 3 (Long service leave);
(j) Division 6 of Part 4 (Incapacity for duty);
(k) Division 7 of Part 4 (Protections);
(l) Division 8 of Part 4 (Liability for tortious conduct by police and protective services officers);
(m) Part 5 (Drug and alcohol testing);
(n) Part 7 (Discipline);
(o) Divisions 2 and 3 of Part 8 (Reviews);
(p) Part 9 (Complaints and investigations);
S. 45(q) amended by No. 2/2019 s. 89(Sch. 1 Pt D item 2(a)).
(q) Part 10 (Investigation of public interest complaints);
(r) section 252 (Bribery and corruption by police or protective services officers);
(s) section 254 (Failure to return Victoria Police identification or Victoria Police equipment);
(t) section 256 (Impersonating police or protective services officers);
(u) items 2.2, 2.11 and 2.13 of Schedule 5 (Subject matter for regulations);
(v) the Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission Act 2011 ;
S. 45(w) amended by No. 2/2019 s. 89 (Sch. 1 Pt D item 2(b)).
(w) the Public Interest Disclosures Act 2012 ;
(x) the Victorian Inspectorate Act 2011 .
Section 104 of the Police Regulation (Pensions) Act 1958 contains certain qualifications for a person to continue as a police reservist.